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. they are searching for survivors and twisters crushing indiana towns and pars of kentucky cut off from the rest of the world. and we have live coverage from hardest hit parts of alabama and indiana and fox extreme weather center. we have breaking news coverage in henriville, indiana. >> mike? >> uma, it is hard to look in henriville and not see destruction from the battered cars to the school buses knocked off their frames. look at the window and it looks like it was hit with baseballs. that was the impact of the forceful winds. looking in the parking lot of the high school here in henriville. cars were marked with spray paint. they check them off and remarked that no one is still inside . we have amature video from dine doin. they can see the funnel cloud form taking shape and slowing reaching down to earth it did deadly detruction . cruised before bouncing up in the sky. it was awesome and terrifying and they couldn't help but watch it until the final second. >> it was scary. and last second. it got to the bottom of the hill. i jumped in the bathtub and waited it out. >> you talk about the po
in hard-hit kentucky and indiana. >>> president obama has a key meeting with the prime minister of israel and more with steve croft of "60 minutes" and his explosive cyber warfare investigation. >>> i am gayle king. rush limbaugh apologizes it a d.c. law student but the sponsors are still walking away. we'll talk to the man behind hbo's new film approximate sarah palin and the 2008 campaign. >>> i'm erica hill, george clooney, brad pitt and many more on stage for one night only. we'll also check in on prince harry's royal visit in the bahamas. >>> first, as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> i'm so heartbroken. i feel like i don't care anymore. >> a toddler found in a field becomes the latest victim of the tornado tragedy. >> 14-month-old angel babcock, a girl who became a symbol of hope died after being taken off life support. >> as residents across five states work to rebuild after an epic disaster. >> i work all my life to have what we have and it's all gone in 15 seconds. >>> the chips are down. i have israel's back. >> presi
in hard-hit kentucky and indiana. >>> and president obama has a key meeting with israel's prime minister. we'll get to the white house. >>> and also more with steve cross of "60 minutes" and his explosive cyber warfare investigation. >>> i'm gayle king. rush limbaugh and an about face and apologizes to a d.c. law student, but the sponsors are still walking away. >>> and at 8:00, we'll talk to the man behind hbo's new film with sarah palin and the 2008 campaign. >>> i'm erica hill. george clooney, brad pitt, and many more on stage together for one night only. >>> plus, prince harry's royal visit in the bahamas. >>> but first, a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> just trying to salvage what's left. start all over, and we will. >> residents work to rebuild after epic disaster. >> i worked all my life to have what we have, and it's all gone in 15 seconds. >>> a toddler found in a field is the latest victim of the tornado tragedy. >> 15-month-old angel babcock died after she was taken off life support. >>> when the chips are down, i have israel's back. >> president oba
? highlights from their march madness matchup with indiana, when we return. >>> fairfax county schools are investigating claims of a racial incident in a high school english class. a ninth grader said that he was reading a langston hughes poem when his teacher interrupted and told him to read it blacker. the 14-year-old was the only black student in the class, and when the student refused to continue, the teacher read it herself. the student's mother complained to school administrators. >>> a shooting at a d.c.ihop has led antihate crime advocates to organize a rally. police say someone shot a man at the restaurant in columbia heights last weekend. a march is scheduled for tuesday evening at that ihop. the event is also in support of a gay man and transgender woman who were also victims of hate crimes. organizers say money raised at the rally will help pay for hospital bills. >>> hundreds are hoping to hit the jackpot when a new casino opens at arundel mills in june, and we're not talking about the gamblers. the maryland live casino held a job fair yesterday. they're looking to fill mo
following the story from the beginning and joins us live from henryville, indiana. good morning to you. >> hey, gretchen. yeah, it was such a big story around here and really kind of the story that everybody was holding on to for hope for baby angel babcock who was a 14-month-old lone survivor in her family. her parents, 2-year-old brother and infant sister were in the storm together, huddled together in the hallway of a trailer. she was the only survivor until yesterday, her extended family had to make the decision to pull her off of life support. and she died at 4:10 p.m. yesterday. the extended family members had been talking a little bit, take a listen to what one of them had to say. >> it's very hard to imagine that we lost all of them. >> we've been through a lot, everything. and as anyone can imagine. >> losing an entire family, the grandparents are alive and grieving. extended family members who were with angel over the last couple of days and certainly making a heartbreaking decision. that just one of the stories that starts to trickle out here and then now they're having to
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all hoping would survive. she was a victim of last friday's deadly storm in indiana. taken from her home, found in a field, on life support. the family has made the decision to take her off life support. she is the 39th casualty now of friday's storms. >>> president obama preparing for a face-to-face showdown this morning with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the table, how to handle iran and its nuclear program. >>> and rush limbaugh stepping in it big time and the advertisers are dropping like flies, folks, bailing, because it just ain't right to call a law student a slut. why doesn't he get it? can the champion of the right overcome this or would this possibly become his imus moment. >> is it ever okay to call someone a slut? >> having been called a slut by one of my colleagues on the air, i would say it's not. so shut your cake hole, limbaugh. >> i came back to this nasty talk. >>> and this little girl we've been following. >> awful story. it's one of many we followed along the way following tornadoes. some of the pictures tend to look a lot the same. i keep calling
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
, vermont, virginia and idaho. in ohio, santorum is strongest in the southwest, near the indiana and kentucky border and southeast near pennsylvania. he is ineligible for 18 of ohio 66 nominating delegates because of filing problems. he is running strong in tennessee, and is heavily favored in oklahoma. slams romney as a moderate who contends to be conservative. >> one of the basic issues in the campaign is trust. can you trust someone when they say they will be a strong principled conservative? >> gingrich ignored ohio and other super tuesday states to focus on georgia. he hopes to force himself back to headlines and contention. >> i challenge other candidates to join me in mississippi or alabama for a debate next week. i don't think mitt romney can just hide behind millions of dollars of paid ads. >> ron paul's best bet is north dakota. paul was the only candidate to visit alaska and made stops today in idaho. back in ohio, where the secretary of state doesn't like to make turn-out predictions and going back to 1992, the average has been 2.5 musli2.5 million voters for the prim
. frankly, rick santorum's campaign is lucky he is even on the ballot at all in the state of indiana. they had to contest the findings of the largest county in indiana because that county had initially said he had not turned in enough signatures to get on the ballot there. the rick santorum campaign is a mess. the rick santorum campaign is like a formula one race and everybody is in a formula one car, rick santorum is in a pinewood derby car. whatever you think about him as a candidate his campaign cannot seem to put its pants on one leg at a time. they can't do the basic stuff of running for president. the stuff that has nothing to do with whether or not you were popular, whether or not you have a lot of money, just means you're together enough to do the logistical paperwork, they have not been able to do that. frankly that makes it more amazing mitt romney is having a hard time beating this guy. but in the republican nominating process, rick santorum being a mess of a campaign has sort of been the least messy of all their messes. in a normal year with a normal political party runni
guard troops are helping out those in indiana and kentucky as well. i want to go to kentucky, to rob marciano standing in the mess, in the snow in west liberty. you were saying lack of power and lack of communication have been major challenges for folks in that area. >> yeah, that's just the scope of it. for this town, the whole town is wiped out. there is virtually no building that went untouched. because this tornado at one point was a mile wide. imagine, if you will, pry afternoon around 5:30, the tornado coming up and over that ridge, spiralling down into this valley and just progressing across the center of this town and taking out nearly everything in its sight. most of the debris has been cleared off the road, but it's just really been pushed up against the sidewalk, kind of like sweeping things under the rug. just enough to get the work crews in here so they can do further work, so they can string power poles, so they can get some roofing supplies in here to whatever structures somewhat remain, to get contractors in here like across the street that are setting up plywood and
has been resolved and is confident it was an isolated incident. >>> now to henryville, indiana. you've seen the stories of survival and devastation from the tornadoes. but probably nothing as incredible as the story of stephanie decker. >> this is what's left of the decker's home after two tornadoes blew through henryville, indiana. but just before the devastation struck, stephanie decker didn't think twice. she immediately grabbed her 5 and 8-year-old boys, covering them with a blanket, shielding them from the debris. >> i was reaching around, holding them, and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them. >> reporter: but the wreckage did hit her, breaking seven ribs, almostsevering both of her legs. >> i had two steel beams on my legs, and i couldn't -- i couldn't move. i was stuck. >> reporter: but the worst wasn't over. a second twister headed righted for stephanie's family. pinned down by the steel beams, she covered her two children again. >> and they're screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die. please don't let me die. >> reporter: un
, show is complicating the clean up and recovery efforts in kentucky and indiana after a series of devastating tornadoes swept across the south and midwest. in all, 39 people were killed across five states. these pictures from a cnn aye reporter in indiana showed the terrifying power of one of the storms. here's more now of the dramatic i-report as the storm let hen henryville, indiana. >> we got to get out of the house. >> look at that! >> holy, cow, my friend lives right over there, too. >> in all the that storm system brought at least 42 tornados to ten states. >>> other news, syrian troops where expanding their violent crackdown on the opposition. lisa sylvester is monitor that and other top stories in "the situation room." what's going on. >> hi, wolf, according to a human rights group linked to the opposition, at least eight people were killed in cities across the country including a 14-year-old shot by a sniper. government security forces are stepping up raised and have detained hundreds of civilians. they say as many as 2,000 refugees have crossed into lebanon since yest
to get to. let's get to christine for those. >> thanks, good morning to you. indiana toddler who was the only member of her family to survive a tornado, she has died. 14-month-old angel babcock was discovered in a field about 100 yards from her home. she suffered head injuries and she was taken off life support p her grandparents and her pastor at her side. the death toll from friday's tornadoes now stand at 39. indiana state police say the tornado destruction is so extensive they have no idea how many people are left homeless. 21 tornadoes struck kentucky alone. some 400 national guard troops have been deployed. the governor he's requested a federal disaster declaration. >>> trying to answer for the targeted killing for a u.s. citizen. the target by u.s. drone attacks in yemen last year. he and other american citizens were killed. sources say attorney general eric holder will layout legal arguments to support the administration's use of lethal force. >>> vad min putin is headed for a historic third term as russ russia's president, but was it fair? tearing up at a celebration las
difficult in parts of indiana. they went from 70 degrease to below freezing. fema and red cross on the ground there as utility crews race to restore power. have a look. >> we don't really realize what destruction is until you see it. >> we heard things like shingles falling off the roof and things breaking. >> i thought it was over. when i laid down i thanked the lord for my children and my life and a good life. >> chaos. looked like a bomb went off. started swirling. jammed on the brakes. covered my head and laid down underneath the dash. the truck was rockin' and rollin' and i thought it would never quick. bill: what was remarkable how much warning people had and still the strong enough storms to kill 39. governor mitch daniels called a state of emergency in 39 county. martha: that is hart breaking. in kentucky a 15-month-old baby was a symbol of hope for tornado survivors. the babely lost her battle in all this. angel babcock was found alive in a field after a twister killed her parents and two of her siblings on friday night. she was flown from their home into that field. an
possibility the iranian government may have had a hand in her death. >>> also a tragedy in indiana. a family of five wiped out by a tornado. you'll hear from a man who tried to help them. >> i just saw death right there, i knew we were done at that moment. >> you saw death? >> at that moment i knew it was over. [ male announcer ] if you were building the perfect laptop you'd chose an intel core i7 processor for maximum processing power. you'd use carbon fiber and machined aluminum, to make it more beautiful and more durable. you'd even use edge-to-edge gorilla glass for a stunning display in a more compact form. everything that you would ever want in a laptop. introducing the dell xps 13 ultrabook. everything. and more. ♪ and here's what we did today: supported nearly 3 million steady jobs across our country... ... scientists, technicians, engineers, machinists... ... adding nearly 400 billion dollars to our economy... we're at work providing power to almost a quarter of our homes and businesses... ... and giving us cleaner rides to work and school... and tomorrow, we could do even more. c
. the republican governor of indiana mitch daniel declared 11 counties to be disaster area. the governor of kentucky well copped federal workers in the state. kasich said no thanks. as one ohio resident put it, a normal governor with a minimal sl shred of competence or compassion would coordinate with fema and other agencies on the recovery. but here in ohio, kasich responded to the disaster with the type of leadership we've come to expect from him. joining me now is ohio congressman "time" rtim ryan. what is going on here and you're somewhat and other federal representatives are somewhat at the mercy of kasich's decision, are you not? >> the governor needs to ask for help it's not just me it's conservative republicans like jean schmitt in southwest ohio one of the most conservative people in the house of representatives saying government get on the stick we have people that are hurting. so yeah, we need to be asked by the sitting governor. >> well, this just in, we just received word late today that governor kasich reconsidered his decision and has asked fema to respond, what do you mak
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require it. the state of florida and indiana have tried similar programs before they were stopped by the courts. what they found is less than 1% to 2% of the people that were tested were actually using drugs. and so talking about a very small percentage. the amount that you get for unemployment in arizona is the lowest in the country, about $240 per week. >> my point is for government jobs, i think people have to do this. i mean, i'm trying to figure out what the down side is. maybe we would be helping people who actually have a drug problem. >> well, perhaps. there's money in this bill for funding for drug treatment, yes, but what the federal government has said is that if we go forward with this legislation, that we could very likely lose our federal money for unemployment. so that means, you know, thousands of people in arizona who are on unemployment who aren't using drugs are going to lose the $200 a week that they need to put money on the table, to feed their families and to get back on their feet. >> all right. it's a very interesting debate. >> you know, beauty of our fed
in a very red state of indiana, how do you cross over and persuade people, you know, you can be trustd? and that you share their values? >> it in terms of the-- >> reporter: in terms of the base. >> i would tell romney to be himself and say, look, i have been fortunate to be successful. i have made money. i may not be the most natural person at the political stuff, but i know how to create jobs and run an chiand i will be working every day. he has to, you know, maybe just relax a little bit more and be the authentic mitt romney. because weem -- because people are wondering, is he the moderate or the arch conservative who is competing for the republican nomination? >> chris: it reminds me about the line of samuel goldman, the hollywood mogul says, the key is sincerity. once have you learned to fake that, you have it made. >> i like that, be himself. there is a point in his michigan speech, which a lot of victory speech in michigan, toward the end, are my children going to be able to comfeet in this world? are we going to have the america we want to have? i am going to be the person who
and his network and a dramatic rescue today from the indiana tornado involving a 2-year-old girl. it happened over the weekend. she was taken off life support. >> looking forward to that. >>> and we have a big development in the gross point murder case. joseph gattis has been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. you may recall the story here. jane is a marketing executive, mother of two. she was found strangled in the backseat of her mercedes about a month ago. he reportedly has a i.q. of a third grader. has claimed that the victim's husband promised him $200 to carry out the hit. paul cowen was a contributor, former new york city homicide prosecutor. he accused bob bashara, then accused again. turned out he had affairs, rather strange personal life, gentz has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder. does there have to be someone else you conspired with or no? >> conspiracy means that there are two or more people involved in the crime. the question is, who's person number two? his original story was that bashara was his coconspirator. >> how relevant is this
washington of quarterbacks -- george washington of quarterbacks. he can run in indiana. they love him there. from louisiana, they love him there. this is not for vice president. run in tennessee where he played college quarterback. >> call audibles in romney debates. >> bret: there you go. that is it for the panel. stay tuned for a follow-up on the interview with the majority leader eric cantor.  today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on site, attention on site. now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. >> bret: finally tonight, we had house majority leader eric cantor on "special report" thursday. while we don't like to brag here, it does seem like we left a lasting impression. >> why are you pretty much it among the big cheeses? [ laughter ] >> i don't know if i'm in that category or not. i will tell you this, bret -- >> i k
was in the united states of america, they pay taxes to the federal government, in times like thes indiana, kentucky will get help, ohio teachers, police, fire getting laid off and yet an opportunity to get some federal help and he doesn't take it. but this is consistent with his behavior. >> it's very strange behavior, one of two things here, number one he didn't know how bad it was, or number two he's putting his political ideology ahead of people who pay taxes. >> i have never heard of a governor where there is death and destruction in the millions say we're not going to take the help. it's out rain us. >> mind-boggling as one constituent said mind boggling. you think of anybody whether in a leadership position or not your first instinct how do we help to the people and come out and with the level of bravado, we're looking in 2012, ed, for mature leadership, not seeing it in the republican primaries, not seeing it with the governor in ohio. you're in an emergency situation, take an assessment of the landscape, look around, see what is going on and then make a decision but to go down after this ha
of the indiana; how do you cross over and persuade people you know, you can be trusted and that you share their values? >> in terms of reaching out to independents. >> chris: no, reaching out to the base. who would you tell romney to do? >> be himself and say i am fortunate to be successful and i made mon yei may not be the most natural person on the political stuff but i know how to get jobs and run the economy. i will being for you. he needs to relax and be mitt romney. people are wonders is the authtent tick mitt romney moderate who served massachusetts or the arch conservative who is competing for the nomination it reminds me of the line. the key is sincerity. once you learn to fake that you have that. what does he do? >> i like being himself and a point in the michigan speech. his victory speech in michigan forward toward the end. will my children be able to compete in the world and will we have america we want to have? he did the big picture and the media, of which quee are part. it is like a football. they keep raising the bar. even if he wins, the headlines don't say he won. it ro
in southern indiana, one of the hardest hit areas. here is how an owner put it. >> i got my grandson's hamburger off the bill and i said, it's here. everyone get in the basement. don't know what to think. i just couldn't believe it. like a movie. >>shepard: the governor compared the storm to a lawnmower powering through the country side. we are told this house in southwestern ohio stood for centuries, in 1800's it sheltered slaves from the underground railroad. most the second story was torn off. and now crews say thousands of people are without power both from the storms and from as much as .5' of snow. and a couple hours east of lexington, how does it look, mike? >>reporter: well, it is rough wherever you look. behind me you have the contractors putting boards up on the windows of the courthouse. the courthouse, all the windows, destroyed, and all the things inside have been damaged from water, from wind, destruction wherever you look. look down main street, debris coming from all of the village and i talked with the mayor and asked him, which buildings didn't get destroyed and he
the disaster. greg black has the story. >> reporter: angel backcok initially survived the tornado in indiana but was critically injured. her parents, brother and 2- month-old sister were all killed. >> the man and woman was laying right here behind the saw mill. all three of the kids were found in this area. >> one of the babies was still in a car seat, a baby seat. >> i don't know what to say. it's devastating. >> reporter: angel died at a louisville hospital sunday afternoon after being taken off life support. her grandfather shared his grief beforehand. >> if i do get to see her, my pastor is going to go in there with me. we're going to pray there and i'm going to tell that little girl that -- i'm going to tell her that it's time for her to meet her mommy and daddy. >> reporter: meanwhile humankindness was seen amid the death, mourning and destruction. the governor praised volunteers for stepping up to help storm victims. >> it makes me proud to be governor of a state where we have people like that. >> reporter: mitch mcconnell toured liberty, a city torn apart by a powerful tornado. >> f
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